Yes, this was a mystical message then and now. The impact will always go beyond our usual experiences. Such a message doesn’t make sense in the material world. It requests a movement beyond what the immediate reality can move or contain into a holy mystery for miraculous to happen. Such words ask individuals to believe that God, Jesus, Moses, Elijah, and the angels when in their divine state, pulsate in an intolerable brightness, a heavenly light, which we call the glory of the Lord or the glory of God or the light of Christ. The theological concept of divine light (likewise called divine brilliance or heavenly refulgence) accentuates as a part of holy presence, explicitly an obscure and baffling capacity of holy messengers (angels) or individuals to communicate openly through profound methods, as opposed to through actual limits. Amy Johnson said: “There are many ways to describe Jesus: Lord, Saviour, Christ, Friend, Teacher, Healer, Bread, Vine, Living water, Potter, Bridegroom, Shepherd, Morning star, the Alpha and the Omega, and so on. Maybe I should use more concrete names; imagery, like Friend or Shepherd. But, I tend to default to “Light” and “the Light of Christ.” Remember, “who alone is immortal and who lives in unapproachable light, whom no one has seen or can see. To him be honour and might forever. Amen.” (1 Timothy 6:16, NIV). That’s it!!!